Fixed Foot Productions presents the Australian premiere of John Donnelly's critically acclaimed play, The Pass—a powerful, timely drama that asks: how much are you willing to lose in order to win?
Jason and Ade have been in the academy of a famous English football club since they were eight years old. It's the night before the game that will change their lives forever—their debut Champions League match.
Full of nervous energy, they skip, fight, joke, tease each other… until something passes between them. One moment that will reverberate through the next ten years of their lives—a decade of fame and failure, of secrets and lies—in the high-stakes world of professional sport where image is everything.
The Pass is presented as part of Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. For more Mardi Gras highlights, visit mardigras.org.au
Image credit: Becky Matthews
"Acerbically witty and horribly gripping."The Independent
Following the 7pm performance on 23 February, join The Pass team for a 30 minute Q&A, with special guests Ian Roberts (former professional rugby league player), Simon Dunn (former professional bobsledder and rugby league player), Emma Phillips (former commercial photographer and AFL player, current AFL coach and PhD candidate at UTS), Ed Wightman (director of The Pass), and the cast of The Pass.
Writer John Donnelly
Director Ed Wightman
Producer Becky Matthews
Associate Producer Rachael Adamson
Set Designer Hamish Elliot
Lighting Designer Matt Cox
Sound Designer Daryl Wallis
Movement & Intimacy Director Nigel Poulton
Dialect Coach Benjamin Purser
Stage Manager Alex Plenge Chan
Cast Ben Chapple, Deng Deng, Cassie Howarth & Tom Rodgers
Access The Pass program for free and get to know the actors and creatives bringing the show to life at Seymour, plus read a special message from playwright, John Donnelly.
We are a registered COVID-Safe business and we're committed to making your Seymour visit as safe and enjoyable as possible.
The theatre will operate at a reduced capacity of 75%, and under current public health regulations, booking groups will be seated directly next to each other, not socially distanced.
We request all patrons remain in their allocated seats and we strongly recommend that face masks be worn throughout the performance by patrons aged 12 and over, to help ensure a calm and safe experience.
Find out about our other COVID safety measures here.
|Thu 11 Feb||7pm|
|Fri 12 Feb||7pm|
|Sat 13 Feb||7pm|
|Tues 16 Feb||7pm|
|Wed 17 Feb||7pm|
|Thu 18 Feb||7pm|
|Fri 19 Feb||7pm|
|Sat 20 Feb||1pm, 7pm|
|Tue 23 Feb||7pm|
|Wed 24 Feb||7pm|
|Thu 25 Feb||7pm|
|Fri 26 Feb||7pm|
|Sat 27 Feb||1pm, 7pm|
|Tue 2 Mar||7pm|
|Wed 3 Mar||7pm|
|Thu 4 Mar||7pm|
|Fri 5 Mar||7pm|
|Sat 6 Mar||7pm|
140 minutes (including interval). Duration subject to change. Partial lockout applies.
|Senior, Group 8+||$39|
|Pensioner, Veteran, Full-time Student||$35|
$6 transaction fee applies.
Recommended for ages 15+. Contains strobe lighting, haze smoke, herbal cigarettes, nudity, coarse language, sex scenes, physical violence, adult themes, sexual references and depictions of racist behaviour. Photography and filming prohibited.
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